Wrath Of The Titans

Synopsis: A decade after his heroic defeat of the monstrous Kraken, Perseus-the demigod son of Zeus-is attempting to live a quieter life as a village fisherman and the sole parent to his 10-year old son, Helius. Meanwhile, a struggle for supremacy rages between the gods and the Titans. Dangerously weakened by humanity's lack of devotion, the gods are losing control of the imprisoned Titans and their ferocious leader, Kronos, father of the long-ruling brothers Zeus, Hades and Poseidon. The triumvirate had overthrown their powerful father long ago, leaving him to rot in the gloomy abyss of Tartarus, a dungeon that lies deep within the cavernous underworld. Perseus cannot ignore his true calling when Hades, along with Zeus' godly son, Ares (Edgar Ramírez), switch loyalty and make a deal with Kronos to capture Zeus. The Titans' strength grows stronger as Zeus' remaining godly powers are siphoned, and hell is unleashed on earth. Enlisting the help of the warrior Queen Andromeda (Rosamund Pike), Posei
Director(s): Jonathan Liebesman
Production: Warner Bros.
  2 wins & 2 nominations.
 
IMDB:
5.7
Metacritic:
37
Rotten Tomatoes:
26%
PG-13
Year:
2012
99 min
$83,640,426
Website
284 Views

ZEUS:
In ancient times, the world was

ruled by gods and monsters.

But it was the half-god Perseus,

my son...

...who defeated the Kraken

and saved humanity.

For his courage, I offered him

a place to rule at my side.

But Perseus...

...was strong-willed

and chose a different path.

He vowed to live as a man.

Even when fate took his wife...

...he would not pray for help, from me...

...or the other gods.

And now the time of the gods is ending.

But the son of Zeus cannot hide

from his destiny forever.

PERSEUS:

Now pull it in. Do it again.

Throw in the other one real quick.

Go on. I'll tie this off.

Good catch today, Dad.

- Where'd you get that?

- I made it myself.

You made it yourself? Heh.

HELIUS:
I want to be a good god

and do good things.

PERSEUS:
There's no such thing as good gods.

HELIUS:
Some of them are good.

PERSEUS:
Ah. Helius, there's more to life

than gods and Titans.

Hey, Clea. I have a confession to make.

I, uh, needed him for chores

so he skipped studying.

Now, you do a good job, make me proud.

(THUNDER RUMBLING)

I know you're here.

ZEUS:

I visit him sometimes in his dreams.

He's like his father. A strong-willed boy.

You just passing through?

No.

I need your help...

...Perseus.

You're the great god Zeus.

You don't need my help.

There is a calamity coming.

It will affect us all. Gods and men.

- The humans may have stopped praying to us...

- With good reason.

...but there are consequences.

Without prayer, we gods lose our power.

When our power leaves us,

all our work comes undone. All of it.

(RUMBLING)

The walls of Tartarus are falling.

It is emptying all its demons onto the earth.

The first are already here.

If our power diminishes much further,

we gods will become mortal.

We will die and Kronos himself will escape.

It will mean chaos. The end of the world.

What am I meant to do?

This is business for gods.

We need all our children now.

Perhaps, together...

...we can remedy this.

But we need every shred of power, Perseus.

I will never leave my son.

I know your heart better

than you know it yourself.

You believe your human half

makes you unworthy to join us.

You will learn someday that...

...being half-human...

...makes you stronger than a god,

not weaker.

I think you should go.

Sleep well, Perseus.

(THUNDER CRASHES)

(MOANS)

(SOLDIERS CLAMORING)

(SOLDIER SCREAMS)

(CREATURE BELLOWS)

(SOLDIERS SCREAMING)

PERSEUS:

I will never leave my son.

(GASPS)

(RUMBLING)

UNDERWORLD VOICE:

Zeus.

ZEUS:

Poseidon.

Brother.

It has been an age.

Indeed, it has.

Ares.

My son.

Where's my brother Perseus?

(ARES SCOFFS)

Gone fishing?

Yes.

What a brave and noble decision.

Let us go, then.

ARES:
Tartarus.

The great prison of the underworld.

ZEUS:

Brother Hades!

We have come to your domain...

...as agreed!

Show yourself to us!

After so many years...

...the sons of Kronos, together once more.

Brothers in arms.

Hades...

...you are the great

ruler of the underworld.

Allow us to enter and help you rebuild...

...the walls of Tartarus.

My beloved brother,

who banished me here for eternity...

...to look after our father, now seeks...

...reconciliation.

We must forget the past, brother...

...and unite.

Yes.

But on my terms.

(GROWLS)

Poseidon!

Above you!

Poseidon.

It has begun.

(CREATURES ROAR)

(PEOPLE SCREAMING)

Helius?!

Helius!

(PEOPLE CHATTERING)

WOMAN 1:

Stay away, stay away!

CLEA:

Helius?

Helius.

(CREATURE ROARS)

MAN:

Chimera!

Helius!

Have you seen Helius?!

Helius!

Get back!

Keep away! Its venom catches fire!

Stay down!

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Dan Mazeau

Dan Mazeau is an American screenwriter. He was born and raised in Santa Rosa, California and majored in physics at UC Berkeley before enrolling in the MFA screenwriting program at UCLA. He is also a graduate of the Professional Program in Screenwriting at the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television. There he wrote a family fantasy "The Land of Lost Things" and the script was set up at Nickelodeon/Paramount, with Arnold Kopelson producing. Hired by Dan Lin and Warner Bros. to adapt Jonny Quest, he was named one of Variety's "10 Screenwriters to Watch" in 2008 and the script was on the Blacklist that same year.Mazeau has also written scripts for The Flash and a Jonny Quest adaptation. He has also been attached to write a script for Bleach, based on the popular manga.Mazeau is currently adapting Japanese author Chohei Kambayashi's alien invasion novel Yukikaze for Warner Bros. Pictures, with Tom Cruise slated to star.Mazeau has also been hired to rewrite an action film entitled World's Most Wanted with Vin Diesel currently attached. more…

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